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From left to right: Dr. Frank Ford, assistant professor of mathematics and computer science at PC; Teddy Ni, William Yao, Mario Correia, Barrington High School advisor, Rachel Sheinberg, Sahil Mishra, and Charles Haberle, assistant vice president of academic affairs at PC.

Barrington students take second at computer contest

Barrington students take second at computer contest

A team of students from Barrington High School finished second at the 29th annual High School Programming Contest, which is sponsored by Providence College. The contest was held on March 9. Teddy Ni, Rachel Sheinberg, Sahil Mishra and William Yao helped Barrington finish ahead of 12 other teams at New England’s largest math/computer competition. There were

Flames leap through the roof of a Narragansett Avenue home late Wednesday night, March 18.

Barrington home damaged during late night fire

A Narragansett Avenue home in Barrington was damaged during a late night fire on Wednesday, March 18. According to a Barrington Fire Department official, the call went out at about 10 p.m., and when firefighters arrived they found flames shooting through the roof of the house. “Multiple hose lines were deployed to knock the fire

51 Rhode Island Blvd., Portsmouth

Off the Market: Homes sold around East Bay

The following properties have changed hands recently in towns across the East Bay: Portsmouth 51 Rhode Island Blvd. — $315,000 34 King Phillip St. — $280,000 Tiverton 18 Randolph Ave. — $1,972 45 Lucy Ave. — $152,000 1413 Crandal Road — $185,000 35 Bourne Ave. — $178,000 41 Charles Drive #5 — $180,000 Westport 39-E

Nayatt School students work on a Google Chromebook earlier this year.

Barrington schools’ computer plan hits budget bump

Barrington School Department officials are taking a closer look at their options after members of the planning board decided not to include $425,000 of school capital requests in the proposed budget. “We need to have further conversations,” said Barrington Superintendent of Schools Michael Messore. School leaders said $100,000 of the request was earmarked for improvements

Edward St. Angelo, 97, Barrington

Edward St. Angelo, 97, of Fessenden Road, died Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015 at the V.N.A. Hospice House, Vero Beach, Fla. He was the husband of the late Dora (Bailey) St. Angelo. Born in South Bridge, Mass., he was a son of the late John and Jessie (Cabral) St. Angelo. Mr. St. Angelo was a Navy

Milton Leroy Saunders, 90, Barrington

Milton Leroy Saunders, 90, passed away peacefully on Saturday, March 14, 2015, surrounded by his loving family. Born in Chelmsford, Mass., the son of the late Leroy Saunders and Pearl (Fiske), he was the beloved husband of Florence (Cole) for 70 years. Milton is survived by his three daughters, Karen Biernacki and her husband John,

William C. Lukasiewicz, D.D.S., 76, Barrington

William C. Lukasiewicz, D.D.S., 76, of Preston Drive, died peacefully on Saturday, March 14, 2015. He was the beloved husband of Nancy (Madden) Lukasiewicz. Born in Providence, a son of the late William C. and Aniela (Miga) Lukasiewicz, he lived in Barrington since 1966. Dr. Lukasiewicz practiced dentistry in Warren and Bristol from 1964 to 2013. He

Patricia Anne Carbone, 68, Barrington

Patricia Anne Carbone, 68, of Barnstable, Mass. and formerly of Barrington, passed away on Sunday, March 15, 2015 from complications due to pancreatic cancer. Pat was born in Oceanside, Calif. on Feb. 4, 1948. She grew up in Alexandria, Va. and spent summers on the Walker family farm in Culpepper, Va. taking care of the horses